Returning Nathan's hot dog eating champs keep their titles

Two competitive eating champions defended their title Thursday at New York's annual Independence Day hot dog eating competition.

Central Texas lake levels are lower than normal

Due to little rain and drought like conditions, lake levels in the Central Texas area are low, but reportedly haven't reached a dangerous level.

Waco chamber launches campaign to increase airport traffic

City leaders say a quick, reasonable way to travel isn't being utilized enough, and they are working to change that.

Bellmead man fights to keep local public land clean

A piece of land originally dedicated to the people of Bellmead over 100 years ago is now in pretty bad shape. But, one resident is trying his best to get the city and nearby businesses to help clean it up.

Man's body recovered at Lake Bryan after reported drowning

A night of fishing Tuesday turned tragic when Albert Gray Jr. went missing near the dock at Lake Bryan. Concerned family members called police and a search began.

Montgomery County officials issue "Disaster Declaration"

If you live in Montgomery County and were planning on celebrating the 4th with some fireworks, be aware, there are certain types banned.

Belton Fire Department welcomes new ambulance into its fleet

Belton Fire Department "rolled-in" a new truck into service Wednesday.

DPS graduates 108 State Troopers in Austin

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Director Steven McCraw and Texas Public Safety Commission Chair Cynthia Leon today were joined by Sen.

What to know about 'Fourth on the Brazos'

The Brazos River will play host to the annual "Fourth on the Brazos" celebration on Thursday. Here are things to know before you head out to celebrate Independence Day:

Jailed Facebook teen finally getting day in court after online 'joke'

A Texas teen who's been jailed more than four months for a Facebook comment he made during a video-game argument is finally getting a day in court that could let him go home.